A Diamond is Forever - So Are the Effects of War: A Study of Conflict Diamonds in Angola
Braggs, Ashleigh N. Richardson
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From colonial times through today, multiple parties seek. to control Angola's diamond resources. Some actors are trying to find a way to bring peace to Angola, but there are others who see Angola's diamonds as a means of financial or political gain. Until Angola and the international community develop a system that allows Angola to use its diamonds to build the country's infrastructure, this war will rage on and on.
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